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post #26 of (permalink) Old 02-07-2019, 08:33 AM
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Bad driver at release, why I'm not surprised? lol

Anyway, it is already decent at this stage, with a real driver it will be better and without absurd bugs

We will be able to judge the undervolt/oc capabilities and have a better picture of the card, for other people wanting a alternative to a 2080 for half the price as always "amd failed", oh well!

Turing have more (useless) features, yes I agree

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HBM has done nothing more than hurt AMD IMO. AMD should have stuck to 512bit memory bus and GDDR. The cost of HBM just isn't where it needs to be.
So you wanted a 400W card instead of a 300?

For the green team (for having a 50W hungrier card in a 5Kwh house) you can at least remove 0,1v and have the same power consumption of a 2080 at the same performance level (yes, you can do it even on a nvidia card)

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